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The French Government's stance throughout the crisis has been criticised.
A compelling story
JUDITH LENNOX tells a crafty tale of love, war and heartbreak in the tumultuous years before and during World War I. She tells a compelling story of the lives of the four Maclise sisters growing up in Sheffield fighting to realise their ...
Love Child: A Memoir of Adoption, Reunion, Loss and Love; Sue Elliot, Random House AS a child Sue Elliot cherished her "chosen-ness" the idea of being picked out by her adoptive parents from a roomful of angelic little babies. ...
Stop the killer on the roads
Today is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. As the number of road accidents rises, the need to do something to prevent the loss of so many lives becomes more urgent.
Many children in Jammu and Kashmir are being forced to work for terrorist groups.
Reflections ... in Ranthambore
This national park is more than just about tigers, although the striped beast is undoubtedly its star attraction.
In search of a stage
Actor, English teacher and Trinity College examiner, Paul Trigg wears many hats.
Management owes much of its stature in the wider world today to Peter Drucker.
Flawless harmony in his music
Salil Chowdhury's contribution to modern Indian music is not as well known as it deserves. The composer's 80th birth anniversary fell on November 19. A tribute.
Journey of faith
The world's rarest and most significant heritage collection of Christian art was recently on view at Singapore's Asian Civilisation Museum.
Follow the golden mean
Physical activity is the best way to lead a healthy life. Simple tips to help you move and keep moving.
Damage to the lungs
World COPD Day, November 16, is a means to raise awareness of this little-known, but widespread, disease.
The great battle of the clocks
ON the morning of September 19, 2005, Western Railways discovered to its horror that someone had shifted their main computer clocks to 10 minutes in advance. The simple time-shift resulted in thousands of early bookings, many via the Internet. ...
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